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‘BALLOT MAGGIE_003’

I suspect the authenticity of this relationship between Peter, Claude, and the economics of 19th Century war mongering is doubtful to many. But the ballot was a serious effort from me to account for a delegation of incremental influence, to find consensus where I could not, and ultimately be resourceful. It was not an act cast from the stuff of revolution, there was lacking the sense of rage or mischief I normally reserve for these moments – the indenture of the profession – but it didn’t feel awkward or inappropriate, despite the ballot also recounting the loss of my virginity on a sports field.

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